TRANSLATION WATCH

Another bumper IP day for the ECJ, with Advocate General Ruiz-Jarabo Colomer issuing his opinion on the registrability of surnames in Nichols (see separate post) and Advocate General Leger issuing his opinion in Heidelberger Bauchemie on the registrability of two-colour marks. Sadly though, the later opinion is not yet available in English, only German, French and Portuguese.

Translate the decision yourself the hard way here or here
TRANSLATION WATCH TRANSLATION WATCH Reviewed by Jeremy and Ilanah on Thursday, January 15, 2004 Rating: 5

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